Other Teaching Resources in IB



External Course Development Resources:


International Management Division

Syllabi can be found on the following subjects:

  • Doctoral Seminar on Multinational Enterprise (Fall 2009)
    • Georgia State University
  • Cross Cultural Management (Fall 2008)
    • Gerhard Apfelthaler, FH-Joanneum
  • International Business (Fall 2008)
    • Davina Vora, State University of New York at Newpaltz
  • International Management (Fall 2008)
    • Davina Vora, State University of New York at Newpaltz
  • Global Business (Fall 2008)
    • Davina Vora, State University of New York at Newpaltz
  • Cross-National Management  (2007)
    • Betty Jane Punnett, The University of West Indies at Cave Hill
  • International Organizational Behaviour & Human Resources Management  (2007)
    • Betty Jane Punnett, The University of West Indies at Cave Hill
  • International Strategy and Organization (Spring 2008)
    • Svjetlana Madzar , Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
  • Managing Across Cultures (Spring 2008)
    • Joyce Osland, College of Business, San Jose State University
  • Global Strategic Management
    • Mason A. Carpenter, School of Business, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Academy of International Business

University of Florida CIBER

Recent CIBER-Sponsored Courses:

  • ECO 4730: The Firm in the Global Economy - This course, taught by CIBER Director Dr. Carol T. West, uses a unique combination of lectures, case studies, readings, team projects and presentations to explore the investment and selling decisions of firms in international markets. By surveying the richness and diversity of global economics and business environments, students gain hands-on knowledge about strategic economic decision making by both well-established international firms and those seeking to enter global markets. During the class, students work in teams to create a plan for a company to enter a new national market. View a slide show featuring firms and countries from previous student projects.
  • GEB 6930: International Business Study Tour: Argentina - CIBER Associate Director Dr. Andy Naranjo will conduct this course, which provides 25 students firsthand exposure to international businesses, business practices, markets and institutions. During spring break 2010, the class will visit important businesses, public institutions and cultural/historical sites in Argentina. CIBER Associate Director Dr. Terry McCoy will also accompany the group.
  • LAS 6295/5676: The Latin American Business Environment - This course, taught by CIBER Associate Director Dr. Terry McCoy, equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively assess Latin America's business environment - present and future - and to operate successfully in it. It examines the region's ever-evolving economic reforms and regional trade agreements and addresses the social, political and legal factors affecting business and investment. It also analyzes the business culture and how to operate in it. Key questions addressed include: What will Latin America's future look like? How will it cope with the growing demands of the global marketplace and uncertain capital flows? Will stronger links to China offset the U.S. economic downturn? Which countries will do well, and what kind of companies can best manage the region's opportunities and risks?


External Resources for Video/Audio That Can be Used in Class

National Public Radio

Knowledge@Wharton

International Monetary Fund

Financial Times

The World Bank

The Economist

International Financial Corporation

PRI's the World



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